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Beaver County Times Oct 22, 2014
Former Pirates getting shot at World Series title

Former Pirates getting shot at World Series title

KANSAS CITY, Mo. --- In the first inning on Aug. 11 at PNC Park, Jayson Nix hit an RBI single off the Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander.
Bless You Boys Oct 20, 2014
Tigers report card: Justin Verlander and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year

Tigers report card: Justin Verlander and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year

Okay, it wasn't that bad. However, like the children's book, Justin Verlander had many moments where he could relate to young Alexander on his epic bad day also now playing in theaters with Steve Carrell. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.-John F. Kennedy Justin Verlander is already assured of a spot on the short list of Detroit Tigers pitching greats once he completes his run in Detroit. He has thrilled Tigers fans in numerous ways in his time. Two no-hitters with several near misses as well, playoff series clinching...
Los Angeles Times Oct 16, 2014

Giants are one win from World Series with 6-4 victory over Cardinals

The aces went down in a hurry this October. Clayton Kershaw and David Price, gone. Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer, done. Zack Greinke and Justin Verlander, out. Jered Weaver and Jordan Zimmermann, see you in spring training.
Bless You Boys Oct 15, 2014
Who was the Tigers' biggest disappointment?

Who was the Tigers' biggest disappointment?

The Tigers won the division, but provided plenty of disappointment along the way There is no doubt that the Tigers' season ended in disappointment. The team was designed with a World Series in mind, so anything less meant the season was a dud. Failing to win even a single game in the playoffs magnified the failure. In the spirit of celebrating the calamity, can we identify the most significant disappointment of the season? In 2013 Justin Verlander was not himself until the postseason. After surgery, we hoped he would return to his dominant self. Instead he fell further and was below...
Bless You Boys Oct 8, 2014
A $202 million arm: Justin Verlander is still the Tigers' best pitcher

A $202 million arm: Justin Verlander is still the Tigers' best pitcher

Could anyone else succeed to the extent that Verlander has without their best stuff? Own Disney's Million Dollar Arm on Blu-ray™ and Digital HD today! It's no secret that Justin Verlander didn't have a very good season in 2014. Despite a strong September, Verlander finished with a middling 15-12 record and a 4.54 ERA, his highest since 2008. He struck out just 17.8 percent of the batters he faced, his lowest percentage since 2006. His declining fastball velocity has been the subject of countless debates as to whether he is still the same pitcher that dominated baseball in 2011 and 2012....

Tigers' Justin Verlander pushing for fans to 'BlueOut' Comerica Park for Game 3

The Tigers were already hoping to have a pumped up home crowd when they brought the series back to Detroit — now they're hoping to have a color-coordinated one, too.In an attempt to get fans jacked up for Sunday's Game 3 of the American League Division Series, Detroit Tigers star Justin Verlander took to Twitter the night before, pushing for fans to pick one color to fill Comerica Park with.Since orange is also the primary colors for the Orioles, fans settled on blue — as one fan put it, also representing the blue collars of Tigers fans.The requests — seen below — used the hashtags...
KFFL Oct 3, 2014

Tigers | Justin Verlander left it all on the field

Detroit Tigers SP Justin Verlander said he was "running low" before the fifth inning of ...

2014 ALDS: Game 2

Quick (and unusual) turn around for game 2. Which is exactly what we need. Win this game and we’re going home, tied 1-1, with David Freaking Price pitching game 3. That’s right, DAVID PRICE. To get us there, Verlander will have to be Playoff Justin, and not 2014 Regular Season Justin. By “Playoff Justin” I […]
DRaysBay Oct 2, 2014
ALDS Open Thread - Game 1 Fun!

ALDS Open Thread - Game 1 Fun!

Everyone fire up your device! It's the ALDS Game 1 Open Thread! Will the Tigers ride Cy Price, Cy Scherzer and Cy Verlander to the ALCS? Will Bucky guide the O's to the promised land? Will Mike Trout play every position, including pitcher, and beat the Royals alone? Will Ned Yost enrage the internet? Come join us here and chat while we find out. We will also be discussing politics, religion and our favorite Pokemans. GO!  
Lineups for White Sox vs Tigers, Magic Number 5 edition (Sale vs. Verlander)

Lineups for White Sox vs Tigers, Magic Number 5 edition (Sale vs. Verlander)

The Tigers inched incrementally closer to the playoffs with Tuesday night's walk-off win over the White Sox, but didn't add anything to their lead in the AL Central, as the Royals managed to keep pace.Wednesday's series finale pits Justin Verlander against Chris Sale, with the Tigers needing a win  to negate any chance for the Royals to re-tie the division.Magic number to clinch the AL Central: 5Games that impact: White Sox at Tigers, 1:08 p.m.; Royals (Vargas) at Indians (Bauer), 7:10 p.m.Magic number to clinch a playoff berth: 2Games that impact: Seattle (Walker) at Toronto (Buehrle), 7:10...

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